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you. >>> for the first time, we're hearing from david henneberry where dzhokhar was found. he considers himself an accidental hero. ed harding has the exclusive interview. >> i know what people say. there's blood on the boat. he saw blood and went in. not true. >> reporter: not true. david henneberry is the only one who knows the whole story how the second suspect was discovered. but he says it is not the story we have all heard. he never saw any blood on the outside of his boat. it was a more subtle clue that something was wrong. henneberry went out for air when the police said the was safe. and he noticed shrink wrap on his beloved boat was out of place. he want to the garage and grabbed a stepladder. >> i got, i think three steps up the ladder. and i rolled it up. i can see through the shrink wrap. i didn't expect to see anything. i look in the boat over here. look on the floor, and i see blood. >> reporter: he couldn't see suspect number two's face. and he was glad he couldn't see his face. >> well, i know i took three steps up the ladder. i don't remember stepping down of
: not true? >> not true. >> reporter: david henneberry is the only one who knows the whole story of how the second suspect was discovered. but he says it's not the story he all heard. he never saw any blood on the outside of his boat. it was a more subtle clue something was wrong. he went out for air and noticed that shrink wrap on his boat was strangely out of place. he went to the garage and grabbed a step ladder. >> i got three steps up the ladder, and i rolled it up, and i can see through now the shrink wrap. i didn't expect to see anything. and i look in the boat over here, on the floor, and i see blood. >> reporter: a lot of blood? >> a good amount blood. and my eyes went to the other side of the engine block.
suspects. now for the first time today, that man david henneberry recounts the shocking turn of events. more on the latest developments. >> he is the man who owned the boat that played a starring role in this saga. >> the vessel iron clon named the slipaway 2 seen in this driveway in a backyard in water town with the suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev in a showdown with police. he gave an exclusive internet to the local boston affiliate. >> i look in the boat and i see blood. a good amount of the blood. henneberry stepped outside to check his beloved boat and that's when he saw it. my eyes wept to the other side of the engine box. there's a body. >> at that moment, what did you do? what were you thinking at that moment? >> oh, my god. i know i took three steps up the ladder. i don't remember stepping down off the ladder. this hits you more afterwards. my god, he probably slept last night. i don't know. it's surreal. >> he ran inside, called 911 and then the cavalry arrived. tonight, four days later, the young man who had been upgraded from serious condition. he said he only joined the bombing p
for projects and business ideas. when he heard that david henneberry's boat was riddled with bullets as the boston bombing suspect was hiding inside, he figured why not help crowd fund a new boat for this guy. he set up a fundraising page. indy go go. he podcasted the plea for moin. he got over $600 in four hours. >>> there's a button to donate to the victims. the one fund for the boston victims. if you have a few dollars, $25, you can toss is dave's way. >> bliss' crowd funding effort combined with others online, has raised $9,000 to date. when he feels there's enough money, he'll reach out to david henneberry in watertown and surprise him with the news if he hasn't heard already. you can find the funding the dream podcast on itunes. >>> it appears they had the wrong man. charges have been dropped against paul curtis. he was taken into custody for sending letters laced with poison to the president, and a u.s. senator. he was released from jail today. a court order says the ongoing investigation revealed new information. curtis' attorney says he's innocent and may have been framed. m
boston boat owner who discovered dzhokhar tsarnaev last friday. david henneberry, became a hero overnight after his 911 call led police to tsarnaev. it was henneberry's obsession with the shrink wrap on the boat, and the slip away too that discovered, that drove his discovery there. he describes what he saw. >> good amount of blood. >> yeah. my eyes went to the other side of the engine box. the engine box is in the middle of the -- there was a body. i know i took three steps up the ladder. i don't remember stepping down. off the ladder. >> he didn't remember that. henneberry says his one hope is to bring closure to the families of those killed and those wounded. >>> charges have now been dropped against a man in mississippi accused of sending poison-laced letters to president obama and others. paul kevin curtis was released from custody yesterday after investigators failed to find evidence of ricin at his home. the fbi has now concluded, concluded its search of another man's home in connection with the investigation. that man has not been charged and he claims that he is innocent. >> one
the suspect in his boat in his backyard. tonight, the internet is conspiring to send mr. henneberry a giant thank-you gift. here's abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: it's the now-famous little boat that kept a big secret, the unlikely hideout for america's most wanted man. and this is the boat's owner, david henneberry, a man now called a hero for finding the suspected marathon bomber last night and calling 911. watertown's chief of police sets the scene. what happened when your officers arrived? >> there was a shootout in the beginning. >> reporter: that shootout so damaged the boat, henneberry's neighbor said -- >> he's completely shocked and he says, my poor boat, my poor boat. i mean, he's taken care of that boat meticulously since he's had it and now it's full of holes. >> reporter: now a digital show of support, people from all over the nation are turning to social media sites like facebook, raising money to buy henneberry a new boat. even the chief is hearing about this call to action. >> i got an e-mail this morning, some person in detroit, michigan, who wants to replace the boat for t
and couples. and an effort is under way to help david henneberry, the boat owner two called police about the second suspect and where the standoff ended. we'll have more about him coming up. >>> police are identified a possible suspect as a shooting set off mass panic as thousands gathered for a marijuana celebration. a man spotted in a youtube video may have been involved. as many as ten shots rang out in the rally. leaving three people injured. this marks the first 4-20 holiday since marijuana was legalized in two states. >>> reese witherspoon was at her premier this weekend. she didn't take questions about her arrest last week. mug shots were taken of her and her husband early friday when he got pulled over by police in georgia for spicion odui. witherspoon was arrested when she refused to stay inside the car. she apparently asked the st officer, don't owe know my name? saying quote, you're about to make the national news. she released a statement last night saying, i clearly had one too many and i am deeply embarrassed about the things i said. i was frightened for my husband but that
. wondering if the guy was in my backyard. >> reporter: it was the vigilance of david henneberry, he found the suspect hiding in a boat in his backyard. >> he look ted a the boat and said, things are moved around. that is strange. >> reporter: a neighbor spoke exclusively to abc about his friend's courage and his keen eye, spotting blood on the boat. >> to anyone else, it would be sealed up. it wouldn't look disturbed. >> reporter: inside, a badly wounded but still dangerous tsarnaev. >> you heard rapid gunfire. >> i went outside. within a few minutes, i heard the gunshots. it was 40, 50 rounds. >> reporter: he was subdued, alive. officers rushed the suspected bomber to a waiting ambulance. the residents of the town emerging from the ordeal, showering the police with cheers and support. >> we're resilient. we're strong. we were all in it together. we'll be back. we'll be fine. >> reporter: boston strong was a chant we heard all night long here as people locked in all day long spilled out into the streets until late last night, celebrating the arrest of the boston bombing suspect number two
david henneberry, which helped capture dzhokhar tsarnaev. he found the suspect hiding in a boat in his backyard. >> he looked at the boat and there were some things moved around. he said, that's very strange. >> reporter: a neighbor spoke exclusively to abc about his friend's courage and his keen eye, spying blood on the boat while getting some fresh air. >> to anyone else, it would be all sealed up. it wouldn't look like it was disturbed at all. >> reporter: inside, a badly wounded but still dangerous tsarnaev. who police quickly engaged in a volley of gunfire. >> you heard rapid gunfire. explosions from the grenades and wh whatnot. >> i went outside. within a few minutes, i heard the gunshots. and it wasn't just a couple. it was 40, 50 rounds. >> reporter: tsarnaev was finally subdued, alive. officers rushed the suspected bomber to a waiting ambulance. the residents of the town finally emerging from their ordeal, showering the police with cheers and support. >> we're resilient. we're strong. we were all in it together. we'll be back. we'll be fine. >> reporter: boston strong was a ch
watertown's unexpected hero, david henneberry the man who called 911 after he found dzhokhar hiding in his backyard, inside hen berry's 22-foot seahawks. >> we're thinking about you and everyone in boston. >> reporter: after watching friday's dramatic capture, richard bliss posted this youtube video, calling for people to donate money to replace henneberry's boat that was destroyed in the gun fight. >> so much pain and loss that has happened there. and this just seems like it's another senseless loss. >> reporter: others are taking to other social media sites to show their support for henneberry, whose keen eye helped to bring an end to the manhunt for dzhokhar tsarnaev. but in the front confrontation between the police and the suspect, his boat, his pride and joy was riddled with bullets. >> he's completely shocked. and he says, my poor boat, my poor boat. he's taken care of that boat meticulously since he had it and it's now, it's full of holes. >> reporter: watertown police chief told gio benitez that he's amazed by the outpouring of support for henneberry. >> i got a e-mail this mornin
and total strangers are rallying aroune of watertown's pected heroes, david henneberry, the man who called 911 after he found suspected bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev in his backyard, hiding inside his 22-foot sea hawk. >> i just wanted to do something to say we are thinking abut you and supporting you and everybody in boston. >> reporter: after watching friday's dramatic capture of tsarnaev, california pod caster, richard bliss posted this youtube video calling for people to donate money to replace henneberry's boat which was destroyed in the gunfight. >> there is so much pain and so much loss that happened there. this seems like another senseless loss. >> reporter: others are taking to social media sites to show their support for henneberry whose keen eye helped to bring an end to the manhunt for tsarnaev. in the confrontation between the suspect and police his boat, his pride and joy, was riddled with bullets. >> he is completely shocked. and he says, my poor boat, my he has ten care of that boat meticulously se had it. now it is full of holes. >>chief told abc's gio benitez he is amazed. by
's take a listen to part of your interview with david henneberry that will explain exactly what we're talking about. >> i know people say there's blood on the boat. he saw blood and went in. not true. >> not true? >> not true. >> the word is you saw the boat. you pulled back the wrapping. you saw a body. it moved and you called 911. >> oh, no, no. >> no? >> no, no. >> so he went to the garage and grabbed a stepladder. >> i got i think three steps up the ladder and i rolled it up and i could see through the shrink wrap. i look in the boat over here and on the floor and i see blood. >> a lot of blood? >> a good amount of blood. >> yeah. >> and my eyes went to the other side of the engine box. the engine box is in the middle. there was a body. >> and at that moment, what did you do? what were you thinking at that moment? >> oh my god. >> he couldn't see suspect number two's face. he was glad he helicopter see his face. >> i know i took three steps off the ladder. i don't remember stepping down off the ladder. this hits you more afterward where you think my god, he probably slept last
. jake, i appreciate it. nothing compared to the night that david henneberry had on friday. that's his backyard and the boat that dzhokhar was found in, that is where -- that's his boat. that's where the suspect was discovered by police. you may have heard the story of how it happened. that story we've all been hearing publicly is not quite true. tonight for the first time mr. henneberry is telling it how he was. he said a torn boat cover was not what drew him outside and he did not, as reported, see blood on the boat's exterior. take a listen. >> i know people say there's blood on the boat. he saw blood and went in. not true. >> not true? >> not true. >> the word is you saw the boat. you pulled back the wrapping. you saw a body. it moved and you called 911. >> oh no, no. >> no? >> oh, no, no. >> so he went to the garage and grabbed a stepladder. >> i got two or three steps up the ladder. i rolled it up. i could see through the shrink wrap. i didn't expect to see anything. i looked at the boat and looked on the the floor and i see blood. >> a lot of blood? >> a good amount of blood. an
at peace. it has been quite a day, but nothing compared to the night that david henneberry had on friday. that's his backyard. and that is his boat. it's where he discovered the younger suspect and then quickly called police. you may have heard the story of how it happened. that story, the one we've all been hearing, is not quite true. tonight mr. henneberry is telling it like it was speaking to the affiliate wcnbb. >> i know people say there's bloods in the boat, he saw blood when he went in. not -- >> not true? >> not true. >> the word is you saw the boat, you pulled back the wrapping, you saw a body, it moved and you called 9-1-1. >> oh, no, no, no. >> no? >> no, no, no. >> so he went to the garage and grabbed a stepladder. >> i got i think three steps up the ladder and i rolled it up and i can see through now the shrink wrap. i didn't expect to see anything. and i look in the boat over here and look on the floor. and i see blood. >> a lot of blood? >> a good amount of blood. >> and my eyes went to the other side of the engine box. the engine box is in the middle. there was a body. >>
and the younger brother, dzhokhar when david henneberry climbed up a ladder to look inside his normally shrink wrapped boat. first he saw blood inside of it, then a body. >> my eyes went to the other side of the engine box. the engine box is in the middle -- there's a body. >> reporter: dzhokhar tsarnaev already bleeding before the final shoot-out and surrender. the city on high alert, and henneberry knew he just might be the man police were looking for. and we are learning more, if it can be believed, about what dzhokhar tsarnaev is telling investigators, that the wars in iraq and afghanistan motivated the plot. his claim, there was no outside encouragement, radicalization, or communication that he and his older brother tamerlan were fueled by online jihadist videos. and investigators say he may have consulted al qaeda's english magazine "inspire" for help in building their bombs. investigators also taking a look at an unsolved triple murder from 2011 to determine if tamerlan tsarnaev had anything to do with it. one of the victims a friend and sparring partner of tamerlan was found dead along
the manhunt. david henneberry owns the boat where 19-year-old johar tsarnaev was found hiding. he described the moment he realized america's most wanted man was right in his backyard. >> i look in the boat over here, i look on the floor, and i see blood, a good amount of blood and my eyes went to the other side of the engine box. there was a body. >> what were you thinking at that time? >> oh, my god. >> no kidding. henneberry says he was just glad he was able to help and feels lucky to be alive. >>> a bogus tweet about a terror attack on the white house sent stocks into a big tailspin yesterday. a hacker group claiming responsibility for the fake alert that caused the dow to go down 150 almost instantly. the tweet was distributed through the "associated press" twitter page. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran joins us in san francisco to explain how one single tweet could cause such a panic so quickly on wall street. >> reporter: good morning. we're live at twitter headquarters in san francisco. the company now is trying to beef up security after this entire incident exposed a major weakness wi
the first at the scene. he joins me now. first of all, david henneberry is the homeowner. you spent the night with him even after dzhokhar had been taken away. he must have been freaking out. that is unsettling. tell us about it. >> he was very nervous. he was very upset and just gathered in things and went elsewhere for the night. >> what did you tell him to reassure him, it's over, the guy's gcaught, that's it. >> i told him everything was okay, i walked through the house with him, collected his personal belongings and made arrangements to stay elsewhere. i asked him to give me a call if he needed anything. >> when do police think that dzhokhar went into the boat, friday evening, sometime -- i'm sorry, was it friday early morning during the shootout and he te'ied there all day, or do we still not know? >> we're not sure. i mean, we speculate that where the boat was from where he abandoned the car and ran is not that far of a distance. so -- >> how far is it, about? >> three blocks. we speculate that he probably went through the backyards off the street and found the boat and got i
there's enough, he'll reach out to david henneber henneberry. he lives in watertown, massachusetts. he'll surprise him with the news if he's not already aware. you can find the podcast on itunes. reporting live in the newsroom, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >> okay, bob. thank you very much. >>> some good news for san jose's police department. an independent auditor finding fewer complaints against the officers but that auditor not too thrilled with the suspension of a policy aimed at cutting down on racial profiling. the policy required officers to document all the stops they make, even if there's no arrests, including the person's race and whether or not they are told to sit on the curb. the new acting chief suspended that policy before it was put into practice. a big disappointment to san jose's independent police auditor. >> we move on. it is my hope the chief is going to do the right thing. i hope he will. he said he's looking at it again. he may narrow the scope of it. i disagree with that i thought the scope was fine. >> not sure why they suspended the policy. the policy had be
who noticed something suspicious in his backyard. david henneberry called police after noticing blood. your mom and stepdad live down the road. a 20-foot boat wrapped up for the winter in shrink wrap. what did your stepdad notice yesterday? >> after the in-home ban was lifted they wanted to get out and get fresh air. a beautiful day yesterday. they went into the backyard. moms to go a position in the chair in the sun that was available and david was walking around in the backyard. he noticed as the wind had picked up that the tarp was loose on the boat, which was not normal. walked over for a closer glimpse and noticed one of the retention straps had actually been cut. it hadn't worn or come free. it was cut. there was a small amount of blood on the tarp from what i understand. he then took his step ladder that he used to usually inspect the boat. >> didn't dawn on him someone might be in there. he takes a look and what does he see? >> he sees a small pool of blood and again it was partly sunny yesterday and under the tarp of the boat couldn't get a really good view of what he saw but
dzhokhar tsavraev in his backyard is telling his story. david henneberry told our affiliate wtvb that everything happened when he went outside to fix something on his boat. >> no indication of anything. i know people say there was blood on the boat, saw blood and went in? not -- >> reporter: not true. >> not true. >> reporter: the word is you saw the boat, pulled back the wrappi wrapping, saw a body, it moved and you called 911. >> no. >> reporter: he went to the garage and grabbed a step ladder. >> got three steps up the ladder, rolled it up and i could see through the shrink-wrap. i didn't expect to see anything, and i look in the boat over here, and look on the floor, and i see blood. and. >> reporter: a lot of blood? >> a good amount of blood and my eyes went to the other side of the engine box, the engine box in the middle. it was a body. >> reporter: at that moment, what did you do? what were you thinking at that moment? >> oh, my god. >> reporter: he couldn't see suspect number two's face. glad he couldn't see his face. >> i took three steps up the ladder, i don't remember
're hearing from david henneberry, who owned the boat where dzhokhar tsavraev was found. >> reporter: what were you thinking? >> oh, my god. >> days of torrential rain and flooding. >> in illinois alone, 44 counties declared disaster areas. >> the associated press twitter account, hacked in a false tweet. saying there was an attack on the white house. the syrian electronic army is claiming responsibility. >> the tweet sending the dow plunging 145 points in two minutes. the index rebounded quickly. >> the elvis impersonator has left the building. part-time musician accused of sending taint the letters to the white house and a senator. >> ricin or whatever. i thought they said rice. i said i don't even eat rice. >>> new legal troubles for lance armstrong. >> the federal government is suing him, claiming he defaulted the government of. >>> and they are looking for driver that was the perpetrator of violent rode rage. >> just in time to save a man from being hit by a train. >>> all that matters, more flights delayed. >> oh, yes, the sequester chickens have come home to roost, or they would hav
-- the final standoff between authorities and the younger brother, dzhokhar when david henneberry climbed up a ladder to look inside his normally singh wrapped boat. first he saw blood inside of it, then a body. >> my eyes went to the other side of the engine box. the engine box is in the middle -- there's a body. >> reporter: dzhokhar tsarnaev already bleeding before the final shoot-out and surrender. the city on high alert, and henneberry knew he just might be the man police were looking for. and we are learning more, if it can be believed, about what dzhokhar tsarnaev is telling investigators, that the wars in iraq and afghanistan motivated the plot. his claim, there was no outside encouragement, radicalization, or communication that he and his older brother tamerlan were fueled by online jihadist videos. and investigators say he may have consulted al qaeda's english magazine in fire for help in building their bombs. investigators also taking a look at an unsolved triple murder from 2011 to determine if tamerlan tsarnaev had anything to do with it. one of the victims a friend and sparring
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